Yes, this is a working shotgun (VIDEO)

In further proof that gun control could never work, backyard DIY gun builder Royal Nonesuch crafted a “repeating” slam fire shotgun capable of holding 12 rounds.

With an aesthetic that would make a Kyber Pass gunsmith swoon, RN explains his slam fire pipe gun with overhead gravity fed hoppers (which prevent mounting any sights), the wire stock lasts one round.

Sure, it has some bugs and he has to resort to the occasional pliers extraction of spend hulls, but it kinda sorta works and nothing explodes but the targets.

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